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Monthly Archives June 2008

The Opening of Science and Scholarship

essay by Peter Suber, responses by John Willinsky, Melissa Hagemann and Melanie Dulong de Rosnay. Who controls access to peer-reviewed research in the age of the internet? How are the relevant norms and interests evolving? Some key variables are unchanged from the age of print. Scholarly journals usually don’t pay their authors, referees, or editors. […]

Computers and Writing: Lessons in Literacy from the New Orleans Blogosphere and the Composition Classroom

Essay by Daisy Pignetti, a response to Principles of New Media Literacy, by Dan Gillmor Continue the conversation with Evgeny Morozov In 2006 I wrote a piece about the burgeoning New Orleans blogosphere for the launch of The crux of that essay, and of the site itself, was to call attention to the value […]